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The legendary Jeep once had a competitor vying for pre-SUV supremacy. International Harvester introduced the International Scout in 1961 and continued producing the vehicle until 1980. It became popular among the off-road racing crowd, as drivers customized their International Scouts to tackle just about anything. What you see here is a gorgeous International Scout II Traveler Custom from 1977 that just hit RM Sotheby’s. It can be yours for a cool $70K. If you should drop the money, you’ll be able to pilot a stunning vehicle equipped with a GM 6.0-liter engine. Fully restored, this Scout II has a roof rack, front bumper rocker guards, winch, swing out tire carrier, and enough curb appeal to make every SUV owner jealous.

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